Striped base, small flower decorated easter egg refrigerator magnet

Using a strip idea, the background for these two “half” egg refrigerator magnets was made with polymer clay over top an emptied chicken egg (a pretty small egg). Before curing I created a cut line on the long equator of the egg (smaller top to bottom) so that after curing it would be easy to separate the two halves.
After curing I used a razor blade to cut through the actual chicken egg, and then had two domed halves. I put a flat bottom on each half (using liquid polymer clay and about a 1/8 or thicker flat piece and cut around the half egg smoothing and pressing the half egg into the base. Then decorated the top and cured again. Eggs can be purchased at memory-beads website.
decorated egg, half egg, refrigerator magnet, polymer clay, easter

Decorated egg, refrigerator magnet, custom

This egg, if available (not sold yet), or a custom made egg that is similar, with your choice of colors of flowers and background, your choice “pretty much” as to size, meaning smaller or larger (depending upon availability of chicken eggs that i can empty and decorate). Even an initial of a child or symbol, or rabbit or chick or some very particularly a cross or something meaningful to you can be added. Just communicate with me by email.

These magnets are actually “half an egg” with a flat back and a magnetic strip.

decorated easter egg refrigerator magnet, 3 white flowers

Very large decorated egg, about 10 inches tall, marbelized background and dimensional flowers.

This egg was an experiment to see whether i could use a commercial plastic egg form underneath polymer clay and have it hold its shape during curing.  It worked out pretty well.  The coloration in this egg (as an experiment) was really fun and while mixing pretty much all my polymer clay scraps it turned into this really nead marble type of design and I couldn’t really in good conscience continue blending the colors. So this is the result of that trial.  I added dimensional flowers just because it was so big, and the marble background just didn’t hold my interest.   This experiment is yours for $50.00  LOL.